Neha Gupta is one of 10 Kohl's Cares Scholarship recipients and the founder of Empower Orphans. She's 14 now and started the charitable non-profit organization at the tender age of 9. It has impacted the lives of thousands of children by providing them with books, school supplies and educational opportunities.
From scheduling to lunches, lifestyle expert Megan Kristel gives great tips on reducing stress entering another school year.
The Science Leadership Academy took a big hit during Philadelphia School District budget cuts but that doesn't mean they are just sitting back and taking it. Instead students and faculty are joining to raise money for their school. Senior Alaya White and principal Chris Lehmann talk about their upcoming fund-raising car wash.The car wash is Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. at 22nd and Walden Streets.
Team Children, a local non-profit, transforms used computers into new opportunities for low-income families around the area.To learn more about the program, click here.
A student aide was arrested for allegedly bringing a loaded gun to a middle school in Delaware County.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd will not seek a third term as the city’s major. NBC10 confirmed Redd will make the announcement at Camden’s City Hall at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Two former aides to Gov. Chris Christie were sentenced to prison Wednesday for their role in a political revenge plot involving traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge, a scandal that sank the Republican's presidential aspirations. Bridget Kelly, 44, was sentenced to 18 months and Bill Baroni, 45, was sentenced to two years after they were convicted for their roles in the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal. Both must also serve 500 hours of community service. They had been convicted in November of all the counts against them, including wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes. They had sought probation.
Philadelphia Police charged a young father with killing his 3-month-old son. The boy died days after being found unresponsive in a North Philadelphia home.
A central Pennsylvania teenager has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder in the shotgun shooting death of his brother, which authorities said stemmed from a dispute over a girl.
A Boynton Beach police report says 61-year-old Pamela Kruspe was shot in the chest Monday night outside the Parkside Inn Assisted Living Facility she'd moved into in January. Police say Stephen Kruspe then called 911 to turn himself in and stayed on the line until police arrived.